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No sound matsonic mspm800 motherboard

There is no sound from from computer. bought a new sound card still no sound. problem started when i tried to put a new usb port,a certain wire became loose next to audio socket on the motherboard. please help i'm frustrated now. regards

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    no sound matsonic mspm800 motherboard problem,

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Even if the wire was loose you should get sound from your newly fitted pci sound card as its on a seperate bus channel, but you may have forgot to dissable the onboard sound in the bios before you fitted the card.

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